Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow; And everywhere that Mary went The lamb was sure to go. Just days till Thanksgiving as of this writing. We had our first snow already, which seems early compared to recent years. Nature may throw us a curve or two, but traditions remain. Then,… Continue reading What? No Turkey?!
Bread is a universal gift. Even in this culture, where many have more than enough food and stuff, we all understand the deep significance of bread. It’s more than an understanding; it’s a knowing, a feeling. There is history in every loaf. There is comfort in every bite. Consider this: The instant your attention is… Continue reading Baguette… Like a Gold Ingot
When November rolls around, most people start dreaming of traditional Holiday meals with all the trimmings. Even single folks living alone make it a point to savor the Holiday fare, single-portion style, throughout the month and well beyond Christmas. Summer is for Barbecues and picnics; November is about so much more than Turkey, and this… Continue reading November Food Fest